Claska is known as Tokyo’s original boutique hotel. It’s a stylish, modern hotel located in Meguro-ku, the city’s design district. Each of the 20 rooms have been individually created by local designers, so your stay at Claska is always sure to be unique. The rooftop lounge for viewing the city and the Kiokuh Restaurant on the first floor are open early, from 7:30 am until late. If that isn’t enough, get your hands on exclusive merchandise and local art from DO, the gallery and shop located on the second floor. This place is popular with visitors and locals alike, so book your rooms early.
The decor at Granbell Hotel is anything but cookie-cutter. From spiral staircases and brick walls to glass bathrooms and repurposed trunks, every room in this stylish boutique hotel is unique. The original Shibuya location will have you within walking distance of the district’s hippest clubs, restaurants, and bars. Its stellar location and unique, stylish decor ensures that the Granbell will be a favorite boutique stay in Tokyo.
This luxurious boutique hotel in Tokyo looks like an antique train station from the early 20th century and decorated like a classical European manor. The building itself, as the name suggests, is directly connected to the Tokyo Train Station, making it an immensely convenient option. The hotel’s ‘maisonette’ rooms really set this hotel apart and the two-storey suites feature the living and dining area on a separate floor from the bedroom. The hotel’s in-house restaurant, Atrium, is bright and airy with soaring ceilings, as the name suggests. The Tokyo Station Hotel is a great option if you’re willing to splurge a little.
Another luxury-boutique hybrid Tokyo hotel, the sophisticated Capitol Hotel Tokyu was designed by famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. In addition to the contemporary Japanese décor, the hotel boasts a spa, fitness facility, three restaurants, a lounge, one bar, and the Origami Pastry Boutique so you can take home some of their delectable treats.
Dubbed by the owner as Tokyo’s first designer ryokan, Andon has quickly become one of the city’s most beloved accommodations. Here, modern convenience marries traditional Japanese design elements. Andon offers a variety of special stay plans, like public transit discounts, seasonal celebrations, and breakfast options.